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Mijë 5,000 ransom to be caught / 20-year-old Albanian wanted for murder extradited to Britain

Mijë 5,000 ransom to be caught / 20-year-old Albanian wanted for murder

Gledis Mehalla, the Albanian declared internationally wanted for murder, has been extradited to Great Britain.

English media report that Mehalla was extradited by Albanian authorities on January 20th. The 20-year-old is accused of killing a 23-year-old Tomasz Waga in Cardiff. Mehalla was arrested in Lushnja on October 3 last year.

Three other people with Albanian citizenship, Josif Nushi, Mihal Dhana and Mario Qato, were handcuffed together with him. The three detainees will appear in court on March 1. Nushi and Dhana were extradited from Paris in July last year.

Gledis Mehalla is the fourth person arrested for Ëaga's murder. How he appeared Friday, Jan. 21 in Cardiff Magistrates' Court.

Britain then offered mijë 5,000 to anyone who provided information on the suspects' details or whereabouts.

Tomasz Waga was found dead by street dogs in the Penylan area of ​​the city around 11:30 p.m. It is learned that the victim had traveled from Essex to Cardiff, the night he passed away.

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